A new Irish study on levels of a certain toxin in honey around the world has found Australian honey to be the world’s most contaminated.
Elon Musk and Sam Altman have set out to create a billion-dollar not-for-profit artificial intelligence research company, with the aim of maximizing the development and safety of AI.
A team of scientists have announced a new lithium-ion battery design which they believe is much less likely to explode.
Airbus Defence and Space has signed a $350m contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop and build the agency’s JUICE (Jupiter Icy moons Explorer) spacecraft.
The Advanced Propulsion Centre has revealed the ‘Launch of Round 5 Competition’ for APC Funding and the new Electric Machine Spoke at the University of Newcastle.
The Secretary of State for Business, Sajid Javid MP, has officially opened the University of Birmingham’s cryogenic energy storage pilot facility, a technology using ‘liquid air’ to store and provide power which could transform future energy systems.
Dr Zakwan Skaf - lecturer in Diagnostics and Prognostics, School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing, Cranfield University – examines the growing significance of asset management.
The keys for the new factory have been handed over to the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in a plan to attract more manufacturers to Sheffield.
The University of Birmingham has launched a new innovation competition open to SMEs across the UK to support their R&D needs.
A new study has found that exposure of neonicotinoid pesticides affects the pollination services provided by bumblebees, resulting in the decrease in crop quality of apple trees.